Desire to ’60s Style and charm of the cinema of Alfred Hitchcock for the designer Alice Temperley

Desire to 60s Style and charm of the cinema of Alfred Hitchcock for the designer Alice Temperley

London – Atmospheres in black and white, ambiguous situations, an aura of mystery latent if not an explicit expression of terror, and then suddenly a joke withering irony. This was the film by Alfred Hitchcock. The great director, of the of the masterpieces, is known for the variety of female characters personified by actresses blondes, icy, unmistakable style.

One of these was Tippi Hedren. His most famous interpretations: “Marnie” along with a fashion star as other famous celebrity Sean Connery and of course the ‘Birds’, was unattainable as dramatic register and forerunner on environmental issues. The muse of hours Hitchcock also inspired the world of fashion at London Fashion Week was presented the 2013-2014 autumn-winter collection by Alice Temperley.

A jump in Hollywood sixties, populated by stars of the big screen which dictated the law in terms of 60s fashion style. So here are all the styles of the time, of course colors: cream, black and white, black and blue china, silver and gold aquamarine and again. A variety of colors that immediately recalls the atmosphere of Hitchcock. The leaders of the Temperley are intended primarily to that high bourgeoisie who populate the films of the master English: Forms A, knee length skirts, evening dresses to her feet. The most prudent choice of accessories from the long leather gloves to the elbow with the inevitable silk scarves. To top it all, the diva sunglasses and hairstyles.